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Matthias Goeken, Janusch Patas Evidence-Based Structuring and Evaluation of Empirical Research in Requirements Engineering Fundamentals, Framework, Research Map The objective of the contribution is to develop and motivate an approach of structuring, evaluating, and representing empirical research results regarding requirements engineering. Therefore, the(More)
Die Anforderungen an die Unternehmens-IT haben sich über das letzte Jahrzehnt hinweg drastisch verändert. Erhöhte Flexibilität und Adaptivität der IT-Abteilungen in ihren Technologien, Prozessen und Organisationsstrukturen, werden aufgrund neuer Geschäftsmodelle und der Erschließung neuer Märkte gefordert. Als eine Reaktion darauf hat sich die Ausrichtung(More)
Recently, the Resource-based View (RBV) attracts more attention in IT business value research, as it serves as a theoretical framework for the identification of IT resources impacting firm performance. Although numerous empirical studies applying the RBV can be found, systematic research structuring the obtained knowledge is hardly available. Therefore, we(More)
Recently, the Resource-based View (RBV) attracts more attention in IT business value research, as it serves as a theoretical framework for the identification of IT resources impacting firm performance. Although numerous empirical studies applying the RBV can be found, systematic research structuring the obtained knowledge is hardly available. Therefore, the(More)
Scientific literature strongly indicates that IT business value is best observed on the level of business processes. However, methodologies by which the contribution of IT can be systematically analyzed on a business processes level are currently insufficient. Therefore, this paper presents a methodology which, proceeding from a given status quo, analyzes(More)
Information Systems Discipline (ISD) is dominated by the two contrary paradigms of design science on the one hand and behavioral science on the other. Apart from that, research results are considered more or less relevant for practice depending on the respective paradigm. Conclusively, research communities following the paradigms are partly incompatible(More)
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